Tim Noble & Sue Webster
16 March – 27 May
Internationally acclaimed artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster present three works from their prolific back catalogue. With a punk and pop culture aesthetic, the artists combine form and anti-form to bring about the unexpected, creating new modes of portraiture and playing with the idea of abstract and how humans define them with meaning.
The three light installations in their Humber Street Gallery show are sometimes referred to as anti-monuments; they are contradictory and reference our contemporary consumer culture.
The London based duo have been producing work together since the late 1980s and exhibited across the world, from Rockefeller Plaza, Manhattan, to the British Museum and Habitat to the Freud Museum. They are in international collections, including Saatchi, Guggenheim New York and Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, as well as Blain|Southern. High profile commissions include the cover for Nick Cave's album Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! and neon artwork for Mark Hix's restaurants in London.
Opening times: Tue - Sun, 10am - 6pm
Closed Mon apart from Bank Holidays. Open late Thurs the first Thurs of the month.